A UFO enthusiast named John Mooner was left ‘speechless’ when he found images of himself attempting to punch an alien in the face on Google Earth. He is convinced that the pictures are incontrovertible proof that he was abducted by an alien species. However, he has absolutely no memory of the bizarre encounter.
MAN DISCOVERS GOOGLE MAPS IMAGES OF HIMSELF BEING ABDUCTED BY ALIENS
Mooner stumbled across the extraordinary images when he was experiencing technical problems with the Google Earth app that was installed on his computer. He went online to look for an alternative where he discovered Google satellite maps. As a test, he decided to look up an area where he had witnessed a UFO in the preceding year. “I was left speechless by what I saw, ” he said.
Mooner discovered that the satellite camera had captured footage of an alien abduction in process. As if that were not shocking enough, he found that he was the victim of the abduction. He said that the satellite image quite clearly shows him grappling and resisting the attack of a grey alien. One of the images actually depicts Mooner trying to fight off the alien by punching it in the face. “Looking at the image it appears that the alien has blocked my punch and has grabbed my fist and must have been able to subdue me, ” said Mooner.
“The strangest thing about this captured incident is that I do not remember this taking place at all, ” said Mooner. However, he said that he did have sporadic episodes throughout 2016 where he had a distinct impression that he was ‘missing time’.
Speaking of the UFO sighting that preceded this presumed abduction, Mooner describes three identical UFOs flying in formation at different altitudes. He said that the UFO at the highest level of altitude was emitting a green light and leaving a red glowing contrail. By contrast, the other two UFOs were glowing with some kind of white energy. He noted that this was very interesting to him at the time as they were very similar to the UFOs that had been filmed hovering over the Nellis air force base in Nevada.